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The largest E-commerce platform in the world is continuing its struggle to meet escalating customer demands – as a result of this it has had to put its Prime Pantry service on hold. Yesterday Amazon published a statement to its Prime Pantry customers declaring that it was “not accepting new orders at this time” and temporarily closed the Prime service so that they could focus on replenishing their stock.

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This news follows Amazon’s decision to limit inbound shipments to FBA centres across Europe and prioritise the delivery of essential items. Although it is concerning that Amazon are limiting their services as a result of the coronavirus, they have proven that they will not give up that easily as they are continuing to carry out deliveries and they have increased their numbers of fulfilment centre staff.

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